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Scientists Reveal How Cells Protect Themselves from Stress
Researchers have verified the importance of a "bookmarking" phenomenon that might explain how cells are able to respond quickly to stress following cell division.
UC Health Provost Named to Omeris Board
Jane E. Henney, MD, senior vice president and provost for health affairs at UC, was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Omeris--a nonprofit organization designed to accelerate and promote bioscience commercialization, research and education in Ohio.
UC Names Leader for Intellectual Property Office
Anne Chasser, formerly commissioner for trademarks for the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office in Washington, D.C., has been appointed associate vice president for technology transfer and commercialization at UC.
Study on Blood Substitute Begins in Trauma Patients
UC and University Hospital will join 25 medical centers nationwide to study the effectiveness of an oxygen-carrying blood substitute.
Allied Health to Address Faculty Needs
The UC College of Allied Health Sciences is one of 10 schools named to participate in a large health collaborative to address the review, promotion and tenure (RPT) concerns of faculty heavily involved in community-engaged scholarship.
UC Hosts Free Heart Education Lecture Series
The UC Heart & Vascular Center is hosting a free, month-long lecture series devoted to educating the public about heart health.
Plastic Component Promotes Prostate Cancer Cell Growth
An estrogen-like chemical commonly used to synthesize plastic food containers has been shown to encourage the growth of a specific category of prostate cancer cell, potentially affecting the treatment efficacy for a subset of prostate cancers.
NetWellness Hits Another Milestone
UC diabetes expert and educator Robert Cohen, MD, has answered the 25,000th question on NetWellness (, which was one of the first consumer health information sites on the Internet when it was established nearly 10 years ago.
Pharmacy Students Ace State Boards
The UC College of Pharmacy's class of 2004 achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the North American Pharmacy Licensure Examination, administered by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy.
Olestra Could Be Antidote to Toxins
Researchers at UC and the University of Western Australia have discovered that an antidote to dioxin poisoning may be as close as the grocery store.
33rd Annual MLK Ceremony Celebrates King's Dream
The memory and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was honored at the 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ceremony, Friday, Jan. 14, at Kresge Auditorium in the UC College of Medicine.
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